Drink cider and learn some history at festival Sunday

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A Clearfield County festival remembers history while enjoying the fall season.

On Sunday, head over to Kellytown in Clearfield County for the Apple Cider Festival.

The festival takes place at the historic Bloody Knox Cabin and Museum.

It’s on Route 453 between Curwensville and Madera.

The festival features 19th century crafts and demonstrations, like butter making, yarn spinning, and apple cider pressing.

Kids under 12 get to take home a free pumpkin.

“We have an egg toss, we have not only samples of apple cider, but different foods and it’s just a nice family affair,” president of the Clearfield County Historical Society David Wulderk said.

The festival is Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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